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Bud Williams Stockmanship
Eunice Williams
883 E 505th Road
Aldrich, MO 65601
417-719-4910
eunice@stockmanship.com
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Fighting Bulls

An email list I’m on received a question about excessive fighting within groups of bulls before being turned out with the cows. This was beyond just sparring, they were tearing up fences and doing other damage. Joel wrote a particularly great answer that I wanted to share with you all.

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Bison Gather

I love to get emails like this from people whose lives we’ve touched: The Bison rancher 6 miles north of our place came into the yard 7:30 Wed morning. He had 65 prs and 2 bulls heading south into the wind. We found them a couple miles south of our

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Low-Stress Livestock Handling with Whit Hibbard

The J Bar L Ranch invites you to join them for an Introductory Low-stress Livestock Handling with Whit Hibbard July 7-10, 2023 in Centennial Valley, Montana. This clinic combines classroom instruction with hands-on applications. Meals and shared room lodging included Clinic Price: $675 with scholarships available. Contact meg@jbarl.com to reserve

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Stockmanship School in Nevada June 1-4!

Dawn Hnatow will be putting on a stockmanhip school June 1-4 at the Cottonwood Guest Ranch, O’Neil Basin, Wells, NV sponsored by Western SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education). 50% Hands-on and 50% classroom learning that helps achieve great control over herds to improve and protect riparian areas, better utilize

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Buy Before Prices Increase!

Due to printing and postage inflation, prices on all Bud Williams books and videos will rise after April 15! If you’ve been wanting to buy but weren’t sure when, now is the time! Click here to learn more.

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Eunice Williams Interview!

Kit Pharo’s “Herd Quitter” podcast interviewed Mom; click here to listen! “Eunice Williams shares the story of how Bud, through observation, learned how animals respond to humans and developed his principles of stockmanship that are so valuable to reducing stress on animals which results in less health issues and increased

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